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Monthly Archives: February 2011
I was in the house with the boys. The Animal Whisperer called me at 5:32pm from the barn (aaaaahhh, the benefits of cell phones) to tell me: “YOU BETTER GET DOWN HERE!!!” I heard unnatural screaming in the background and needed … Continue reading
She had two girls today around 5pmish. More tomorrow after we get our 3 hours and 45 minutes of sleep before we get up to check on and feed everyone. (One kid is nursing well and is with mom, the … Continue reading
Dottie or Star? Both are with child. What’s your guess? One key piece of information…a goat’s gestation period is 5 months. Ish. DOTTIE: Dottie was bred in October or early November…we’re not exactly sure. She’s kidded (had babies) one time … Continue reading
The Animal Whisperer announced today, at 7:17 am, that he was going to the store. The store? At 7? In disbelief, I watched him go. What could he need from the store at this hour? We do need coffee filters, … Continue reading
All they wanted was some coffee. All I wanted was some coffee. Debacle: “a great disaster, a complete failure.” Enter the unsuspecting guests, this morning’s Goat Cheese Making Class students, Grant, Claire and Linnea. Now, as most of you readers … Continue reading
I am often asked if I’ve made squeaky curds. After my initial response of: Squeaky What?, I learned they are some sort of an obsession in Wisconsin. OK. But, what’s the big deal about cheese that squeaks? (I didn’t embarrass … Continue reading
While I convalesced yesterday, I did a number of things I hadn’t gotten the chance to do for some time…yet had wanted to do. Here they are: 1. Washed my sick lady sheets. 2. Visited blogs I’ve been wanting to … Continue reading
That would be me. I was two steps away from death yesterday morning, at least that’s how I felt. I awoke in and out of cold sweats and hot fevers, needles of fever pains jabbing randomly at corners of my feet … Continue reading
My husband IS The Chicken Man. He might not appreciate that name, and I didn’t pre-authorize this name with him, however, it’s true. He is The Chicken Man. At least he will be on the days he’s teaching the Raising … Continue reading